CDC Recommends Cloth Face Masks in Public

The CDC is now recommending wearing cloth face masks in public to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.  We are asking you to please wear your mask to the clinic if you have an appointment. Mask Wearing 101: Learn more about the types of masks and how to wear one effectively! Learn how to make […]

2020 Komen Ozark More Than Pink Walk Moved to September

The 2020 Susan G. Komen Ozark More Than Pink Walk™ has been rescheduled. It will no longer take place on April 25th, 2020. Instead, the Ozark More Than Pink Walk has been moved to September 12th, 2020. It will still take place at Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall. The Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk™ […]

How Common Is Breast Cancer?

After skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. Learning your personal risk for developing breast cancer helps you make the right decisions and seek the appropriate treatment to protect yourself from the disease. How common is breast cancer? One out of eight women develop breast cancer. Being a woman and […]

The Breast Center Suspends Screening Exams

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, The Breast Center will suspend screening exams through April 30. The breast imaging doctors will continue seeing patients for diagnostic exams, for new problems, and follow up studies on previously identified concerns. The Breast Center Fayetteville temporary hours are Monday through Thursday 7:30 am to 2:00 pm and The Breast […]

Surprising Signs of Breast Cancer

Finding a mass in the breast tissue, or a breast lump, is one of the most recognized signs of breast cancer. However, many breast cancers that are found with breast screening like mammography are too tiny to feel and finding a lump doesn’t always mean that you have breast cancer. Recognizing all of the signs […]

Make This the Year You Start Annual Mammography

Instead of making a resolution this year make a commitment; if you are a woman 40 years of age or older, you should receive annual mammography screening for breast cancer. Mammography detects breast cancer when it is most treatable. A mammogram could save your life. Make the commitment and schedule your screening mammogram. When should […]

How Often Should You Screen for Breast Cancer?

The two biggest risk factors for breast cancer are being a woman and getting older. Around 99% of breast cancers occur in women, and the median age for breast cancer diagnosis between 2010 and 2014 was 62 years. While it’s rare for young women to develop breast cancer it is important that all women know […]

How Old Do You Have to Be to Get Breast Cancer?

A woman has a 12% absolute risk for developing breast cancer in her lifetime, but a woman’s personal cancer risk changes throughout her life. Breast cancer risk increases with age; the two biggest factors for developing breast cancer are getting older and being a woman. Breast cancer doesn’t just affect older women, however. Can women […]

4 Important Things You Can Do for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. While most people are aware that breast cancer exists, there’s still much that can be done to inform people about the disease. Educating yourself and those in your community is an important part of breast cancer awareness. Educate yourself There’s a lot of misinformation about breast cancer and common […]

Understanding Dense Breast Tissue

Having dense breast tissue increases a woman’s risk for developing breast cancer, and makes it more difficult to detect breast cancer through mammography. Learn what it means to have dense breasts, how to determine if you have dense breasts, and what you should do about it. What is dense breast tissue? Breasts are made up […]